One last season: Family pays tribute to Broncos superfan
Ricky Dominguez rarely missed a Denver Broncos game before losing his battle to colon cancer this summer. On opening night, his family made sure he was still in the stands, at least in spirit.
fans will notice. Empower, fielded by All High, has implemented a variety of enhanced health and safety measures for this season. Before Cove in 19 cleared the stadium, you'll know he's there. Ricky Dominguez rarely left his seat. Everyone around us knows when he's not there, they always ask him like even like the ushers at the top of the stands. They knew my dad, dad to Demetrios, husband to Yolanda. He wore this to every Bronco game. They call Ricky the number one Broncos fan. I knew when we got married that I married the Broncos as well gone Thio. I don't know how many games with him rain, snow, shine some bad ones, some good ones. This offseason, Ricky's loved ones felt as empty as Mile High. He had colon cancer and unfortunately, way weren't able to catch it in time. So he was diagnosed in early May and unfortunately by uh, July 21st is when he passed, so it was very, very quick. Guests are reminded that they are required to wear face coverings. As a new season starts. The pandemic provides an unexpected opportunity. Yeah, second road to make a family feel nearly full, you know I had to do something. Thio Keep his memory there. And so, by doing the Broncos cut out, I just I still wanted him to still be at the stadium because that was his second home. He sits in Section 1 32 cheering on in two D, Section 1 32 32 0. But by any dimension, he leaves an impression. I think, for our family, it's actually nice knowing that Ricky is still there. You can still see him and so makes it a little bit easier, I think. Noel Brennan, nine News